As the coronavirus spreads rapidly from ground zero in Wuhan, China, supplier ecosystems are being interrupted as labor, subassemblies and raw materials become scarce. Disruptions are likely to grow. Supply chain leaders focused on procurement can use this research to mitigate potential impacts.
Coronavirus is disrupting global logistics as several modes of international shipping are grinding to a halt in parts of China and movement in and out of the country is limited. Supply chain leaders responsible for logistics can use this research to evaluate the impact of this disruption.
With the continued global spread of COVID-19, retail supply chain leaders need to quickly and effectively identify key impacts on their supply chains as well as how they can both respond in the near term and recover in the midterm. This podcast provides insights into impacts felt by retail supply chains and actions they should take.